Raspberry-like tumor on the skin – A rare entity

Short Communication

Soumya Sreedharan


Rhinosporidiosis is a chronic rhinosporidium seebericaused granulomatous infection. Infection is usually caused by contact with fresh water resources which are stagnant. Rhinosporidiosis is usually present in the nasal and nasopharyngeal mucosa as sessile or pedunculated vascular polyps. Cutaneous dissemination, although known, is quite rare.The disease, while being a common occurrence for otorhinolaryngologists, is also of interest to dermatologists due to the skin and subcutaneous lesions. Here we note a case of rhinosporidiosis cutaneous along with involvement of the nasopharyngeal

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